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send up a coffee and a danish!

Written on 26.09.2017 by blueashflyer

thanks alan, right before the Blue Angels performance over 20,000 people went to show center. I decided to stay down at the far end for a different perspective on the show. there were maybe 2 other people near me. got to see a lot of activity on the ground without spectators in the way.

Written on 26.09.2017 by sam kuminecz

Awesome picture of a nice looking aircraft.

Written on 26.09.2017 by silverdeer

Not sure about Russian birds, but I though flares came out of the bottom.
And it looks like he's ready to eject, as it appears the canopy is gone.
Also, flares don't create that much fire that close to the AC.

Written on 26.09.2017 by Chris Bryant

Really like this aircraft. Would love to take a trip in it someday.

Written on 26.09.2017 by silverdeer

Remember seeing this airline's 707 as a regular operator between Heathrow and Larnaca in the early 1980s. Needed an air start cart to get the first engine lit.

Written on 26.09.2017 by captainlawson

Great photo of a bird doing what it came to do!

Written on 26.09.2017 by Alan Brown

Great to see the Herc still being used as a "Work" horse. Rode in them in Nam as recon birds which were specially equiped then. This one looks like it has some special goodies also.

Written on 26.09.2017 by Alan Brown

Great photo. Love the marks left by the wing pontoons. Absolutely worth 5 stars.

Written on 26.09.2017 by Alan Brown

Great photo of "Aluminum Overcast".

Written on 26.09.2017 by Alan Brown

Kaiser Air, was flying U2 around for their tour

Written on 26.09.2017 by sam kuminecz

Aircraft Type C2

Written on 26.09.2017 by snoe925

This is the KILLER from the AIR.

Written on 26.09.2017 by ANGELO PACORIG

When arrive this bomber use 2500 meters for stopped also with paracude

Written on 26.09.2017 by ANGELO PACORIG

This is the best bomber

Written on 26.09.2017 by ANGELO PACORIG

Ilyushin Il-62

Written on 26.09.2017 by Tim Marks

Sandy still looks ready to go kick some butt! Great photo!

Written on 26.09.2017 by Tim Marks

Photo du Groenland prise à bord du vol AC1919 le 24 septembre 2017.

Written on 26.09.2017 by Luc Laberge

Who? What? Where? When? Come on, let's answer a few relevant questions when posting photos. Is this guy landing or taking-off? Looks like take-off judging from the exhaust plume, but maybe not.

Written on 26.09.2017 by Paul Wisgerhof

i can do this photos because my job is military - reporter in Aviano A.F.B. in North East Italy.

Written on 26.09.2017 by ANGELO PACORIG

Flying around Hull UK

Written on 26.09.2017 by m0tws

This aircraft I believe was at Spence AFB, Moultrie, Ga and was used for USAF Primary Pilot Training. The Contractor was Hawthorne Aviation. My USAF Pilot Class was 52G. I flew a sister ship 493322 during my training as well as other AT-6G's that were there.
My E-Mail is: skeetv@knology.net
Huntsville, Al.

Written on 25.09.2017 by skeetv

Based at Minot chris

Written on 25.09.2017 by sam kuminecz

Best Prop passenger aircraft ever built

Written on 25.09.2017 by Ray Mason

why is there no base on the tail?

Written on 25.09.2017 by Chris Collinsworth

NEVER TO BE SEEN AGAIN EVER...

Written on 25.09.2017 by Allan Hickman

Used now for OIL Spraying of Slicks around the UK Coastline.

Written on 25.09.2017 by Allan Hickman

Made its own CLOUD ...!!!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Allan Hickman

An Aircraft I NEVER thought I would see.... FANTASTIC...

Written on 25.09.2017 by Allan Hickman

BRILLIANT DISPLAY AIRCRAFT....

Written on 25.09.2017 by Allan Hickman

Wow, that's a lot of ordnance...love "the hog"!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Neil Klapthor

NOT MANY of these left... the GERMANS have more than we do...!!!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Allan Hickman

Parachute will NOT want re-packing.... its MELTED...!!!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Allan Hickman

RUSSIAN Copy of VC 10.....VC TEN_SKY....!!!!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Allan Hickman

icao code is B190 for the Beech 1900

Written on 25.09.2017 by sam kuminecz

N219VP flies IFR into KRWL more than once a week; curious that Flight tracker has no record of flights later than 9 months ago.

Written on 25.09.2017 by Mac Hayes

This is really a BE1900C, not a BE19 Sport; FlightWare's database entry does not recognize the BE1900C. Nor does it recognize Alpine Air, of Provo, UT.

Written on 25.09.2017 by Mac Hayes

Nice sturdy and reliable plane, built 57 (fifty seven) years ago and still going strong. On the down side O&M is very expensive.

Written on 25.09.2017 by chalet

RIP

Written on 25.09.2017 by gretnabear

Many years ago, when I was on course for my commercial, a friend of mine who flew hunters into a hunting and fishing place on a lake in northern New Brunswick, Canada allowed me to handle it when we went to check on the lodge. It was quite a thrill!! I dont remember a door for the pilot we beached it and exit thru the front.

Written on 25.09.2017 by arch bradbury

Coming in Hot to the Spot (Landing)!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Magic24

dankeschön

Written on 25.09.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

danke

Written on 25.09.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

danke

Written on 25.09.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

Klasse!!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Uwe Zinke

perfekt!!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Uwe Zinke

besser geht nicht!!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Uwe Zinke

She and other ski-equipment LC-130s should be getting ready to fly to McMurdo base in Antarctica.

Written on 25.09.2017 by chalet

I can do this photos because my job is military-reporter .

Written on 25.09.2017 by ANGELO PACORIG

Yeah WMAA!

Written on 25.09.2017 by Cooper Marcukaitis

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